Tag: anti-money laundering

Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Marcin Nadolny 0
Here and now: Boosting anti-money laundering efforts with Artificial Intelligence

Anti-money laundering has been an issue for banks and financial institutions for some time. Transaction monitoring systems have been around for many years. Meeting and complying with regulations at the regional or national level, however, remains a challenge. Many financial institutions are almost playing catch-up with regulators, as anti-money laundering

Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Josefin Rosén 0
Can artificial intelligence learn fast enough to beat money launderers?

Anti-money laundering is an important issue for governments and banks alike. The fight to prevent terrorist financing and profiting from crime means that banks and other financial institutions are increasingly required by regulations to put anti-money laundering systems in place. Many are turning to analytics in the process, and particularly to

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Risk Management
Patrick Töniges 0
Sterben klassische Transaktions-Monitoring-Systeme in der Geldwäscheprävention aus?

Im Rahmen meiner Tätigkeit im Vertrieb von Compliance-Software-Lösungen bin ich hauptsächlich im Bankensegment unterwegs, zunehmend aber auch bei Versicherungen. Dank kluger CRM-Systeme wird mir bewusst gemacht, dass ich in acht Jahren etwa 1.600 Gespräche mit den Verantwortlichen für Geldwäsche- und Betrugsprävention geführt habe. Das ist unfassbar. Wir „Vertriebler“ produzieren zwar

Advanced Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Colin Bristow 0
The top 5 measures for Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Transaction Monitoring Systems (TMS):

Being active, and active monitoring are such different things. Monitoring transactions for anti-money laundering purposes has been a mainstay of financial services organisations for a long time. Typically implemented through a TMS, identification of cases is automated for further investigation. The investigation process has significant operational implications – from a risk and

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Colin Bristow 0
Anti-money laundering requirements: Are the stakes increasing?

Part 504 of the US Department of Financial Services Superintendent’s Regulations seems to significantly up the requirements for firms to conduct ongoing review and continuously improve their approach to anti-money laundering (AML) monitoring. But is it really very different from the intergovernmental Financial Action Task Force's broader suggestions to introduce